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Stanislaus County District Birgit Fladager announced today that Jesus Contreras Galvan, age 36, of Modesto was sentenced to life in state prison after having been previously convicted after a jury trial held in September.
Stanislaus County District Birgit Fladager announced today that Paul Michael Ruiz, age 33, of Modesto, was convicted on Tuesday, October 9th, 2007, following a one week jury trial before the Honorable Scott Steffen.
The Board of Prison Terms agreed and denied parole for two more years. Deputy District Attorney Jeff Mangar prosecuted the case.
Craig Leon, 44, of Modesto, was sentenced under California's Three Strikes law to 25 years to life for possession of heroin for sale and transportation of heroin. The case arose out of events which occurred on November 29, 2005.
annual lighting of the Homicide Victims' Memorial Tree and Candlelight Vigil.
The ceremony will be held on the Courthouse Lawn located at 1100 I Street, Modesto.
Johnson to serve 11 years and 4 months in state prison for his conviction for assault with a deadly weapon, personal use of a gun, brandishing a weapon for the benefit of a gang and being an active participant in the Norteno Criminal Street Gang.
John Adams, formerly of Modesto, was found unsuitable for parole at a March 22, 2006 parole hearing of the State Board of Prison Terms at Solano State Prison in Vacaville.Juanmingo Becerra was convicted of one count of voluntary manslaughter and admitted to the personal use of a firearm during the crime and that he committed the crime to benefit the Norteno street gang.Jesus Mario Villarreal, age 32, of Modesto was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison by the Honorable Ricardo Cordova, following an emotional impact statement by the mother of the 10-year-old victim. Scot Pringle, age 36, of Modesto, was convicted of various felony crimes after entering guilty pleas on November 6, 2007 just minutes before opening statements were to begin in his felony jury trial.Ricky Lynn Newton, age 47, of Ceres, was convicted after a jury returned verdicts of guilty on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of precursors to manufacture methamphetamine, transportation of methamphetamine and possession of methamphetamine.The jury returned a verdict on June 5, 2005, after a trial that stretched over 2 weeks.
Sharon Rocha and Chief Deputy District Attorneys Birgit Fladager and Dave Harris testified in support of the legislation. Gutierrez, 45, of Turlock, will be arraigned on 5-11-06 on charges of Grand Theft, Advertising as a Licensed Contractor without holding a valid Contractor's License and Contracting without a License. Shelli Athena Thomason, age 39, of Modesto, was convicted of causing injury while driving under the influence of alcohol and causing injury while driving with a blood alcohol level of .08% or more, misdemeanors, in violation of the California Vehicle Code, after a jury trial on April 6, 2006.